The Metatechnical Cabinet

Welcome to the Metatechnical Cabinet! As the name indicates, you can gaze at many different technical devices:

To the left, there's the large watch movement collection and a several further pages about mechanical wristwatches.

In the middle, you can browse the large radio and frequency collection with current and historical bandscans and logs, with pages about several radios and some interesting construction manuals for DXers.

On the right, you can dig into my expanding pocket calculator collection, which provides an extensive insight into the development of a device, which was once expensive and interestringly constructed, but which is more or less worthless today.

In the rest of the cabinet, you can find a few articles about my computers, my programs and some funny findings.

Have fun!

See more on my radio pages
See more on my radio pages


Updates

Watch movement pages
end of 2012 The watch pages are transferred step by step to www.uhrenbastler.de.

Everything else
2014-06-14 FM bandscan pages: New bandscan from Postojna (Slovenia) and two transmitter photos
2013-02-17 FM bandscan pages: New bandscan from Val Gardena in south tyrol; updates of the transmitter page for Passo Gardena.
2012-02-24 FM bandscan pages: New transmitter photos from Val Gardena in south tyrol.
2012-01-15 After a long time a new calculator: MR 609, made in GDR.
2011-10-07 End Of Summer Break! Continuing with the watch pages!
2011-05-20 Summer Break! Like each summer, the metatechnical cabinet takes a summer break, which means, than, if yet, only a very small number of updates will happen till autumn.

Please note: Mails will be answered only on a rare rate.

2010-09-05 End Of Summer Break! Continuing with the watch pages!
2010-05-23 Summer Break! Like each summer, the metatechnical cabinet takes a summer break, which means, than, if yet, only a very small number of updates will happen till autumn.
2009-06-13 FM bandscan pages: New page with Sporadic E logs and map; new bandscan from the Blomberg near Bad Tölz
2009-02-28 FM bandscan pages: New scans from Wolkenstein in South Tyrol and Innsbruck and new transmitter photos from south tyrol.